A study on the photodissociation dynamics of AlO at 193 nm using time-sliced ion velocity imaging
- Received Date: 2020-07-07
- Accepted Date: 2020-07-30
- Rev Recd Date: 2020-07-30
- Available Online: 2020-07-31
Abstract: The photodissociation dynamics of AlO at 193 nm is studied using time-sliced ion velocity mapping. Two dissociation channels are found through the speed and angular distributions of aluminum ions: one is one photon dissociation of the neutral AlO to generate Al(2Pu) + O(3Pg), and the other is two-photon ionization and then dissociation of AlO+ to generate Al+(1Sg) + O(3Pg). Each dissociation channel includes the contribution of AlO in the vibrational states v = 0-2. The anisotropy parameter of the neutral dissociation channel is more dependent on the vibration state of AlO than the ion dissociation channel.
|Citation:||Li Fangfang, Yujie Ma, Jiaxing Liu, Guanjun Wang, Fengyan Wang. A study on the photodissociation dynamics of AlO at 193 nm using time-sliced ion velocity imaging[J]. Chinese Journal of Chemical Physics .|